The NHC in partnership with HACT are hosting this year's conference. Join us to hear social value practitioners, strategists and analysts discuss best practice in the use of social value measurement, new developments, and future challenges and opportunities.
Social value in housing is maturing rapidly and is here to stay. There is a growing body of practice showing that Social Value information and analysis is being used in an ever-wider context. It is being used increasingly within organisations to make decisions, improve services, enhance research and respond to the evolving needs of stakeholders.
This progression requires us to think longer term about social value as an essential business tool. Practitioners in the sector have a responsibility to use the tools available to develop a longer-term approach ensuring we maximise our social value legacy.
The social value conference 2020 provides an opportunity for social value practitioners, strategists and analysts to discover best practice in the use of social value measurement, hear about future developments, as well as the future challenges and opportunities facing social value measurement.
9.45 - 10.00 Chair's Introduction
Andrew Van Doorn - Chief Executive, HACT
10.00 - 10.30 Social Value information and thinking at all stages of the development cycle
Sophia Cox - Social Value Advisor UK, Green Building Council
10.30 - 11.00 How a long-term information driven approach is tackling childhood obesity in Leeds
Jackie Moore - Advanced Health Improvement Specialist Early Years, Leeds City Council
11.15 - 11.30 Refreshment break
11.30 - 12.00 Housing Associations as Community Anchors and Community Wealth Building
Fran Jones - Associate Director, Centre Local Economic Strategies
12.00 - 12.30 Stages in the journey to Social Value progression and maturity
Leigh McClaughlin - Social Value and Bid Adviser, One Manchester
12.30 - 12.50 Panel discussion - Social Value: Planning for the long term
Andrew Van Doorn, Leigh McClaughlin, Jackie Moore, Fran Jones, Lorna Wilson, Rachel Honey-Jones
12.50 - 1.40 Lunch and refreshments
1.40 - 1.45 Workshop 1: Choose from three of the following sessions :
1.45 - 2.35 Developing a unified framework to social value in Scotland
Lorna Wilson - Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
1.45 - 2.35 High speed broadband: Understanding the social impact of connectivity in a fast-changing environment
Tim Lyons - Marketing Manager, Hyperoptic
1.45 - 2.35 Lessons and findings from Social Value Exchange approach
Dan Ebanks - Cofounder, Firesouls
2.35 - 2.40 Workshop 2: Choose from three of the following sessions :
2.40 - 3.35 National social value perspectives
Ben Carpenter, Chief Executive, Social Value UK
2.40 - 3.35 Examples from around the UK of how the social value bank is being used: Expert QnA
MK Rallings Adams - Deputy Chief Executive, and James Williams - Head of Social Value, HACT
2.40 - 3.35 Understanding the impact of social prescribing findings from Walsall
Adam Knight-Markiegi - Research Director, Mel Research
3.35 - 3.50 The benefits of long term thinking for communities
Rachel Honey Jones - Community Regeneration Manager, Newydd Housing and HACT Board Member
3.50 - 4.00 Closing Remarks
Andrew van Doorn
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